Tuesday, August 9, 2016

Top Ten Tuesday: Top Ten Favorite Book Covers

When I am browsing for books, one of the first things that catches my attention is the cover art. Today, I am celebrating Book Lovers Day and Top Ten Tuesday free choice by blogging about my favorite book covers for middle grade and young adult books.

This week's theme is Top Ten Tuesday Rewind, where you can do any past topic that you missed. Top Ten Tuesday is a weekly meme created by the Broke and the Bookish blog. If you want to participate, click here.

Cover art can draw a reader in and make them more excited to read a book. These are my top favorite book covers in order with number one being my favorite. Be sure to click each title to read my review.


1. Keeper of the Lost Cities: Everblaze by Shannon Messenger

I love all of the covers in this series, but Everblaze is my favorite! It shows that they are teleporting, which is really cool.

2. The Ward by Jordana Frankel

Even though I did not enjoy the book that much, the cover art is one of my favorites of all time! I love how the main character is in the letter A, and I love how they made the buildings going toward the waterfall! If you pay close attention, you can see the main city way in the distance! 


I love how the E is backwards to be a 3. I like the font that was used, and I love the fire and smoke. The power lines were a cool addition.

4. SYLO by D.J. MacHale

I love the purple smoke and the texture of the letters. The island is also cool, as well as the strange aircraft. The green contrasts well with the purple.

5. Breathe by Sarah Crossan

I love the cracks on the ground and the shadows.

6. Man Made Boy by Jon Skovron

I like the bolts sticking out of his wrists. I also like the electricity on the O of Boy in the title, and how it is shaped like a heart. 

7. The Dirt Diary by Anna Staniszweski

I love the look on Rachel's face. I also really like the arrows and the way the title was drawn. The hearts are a nice touch. 

8. Ask My Mood Ring How I Feel by Diana López

I like the drawings in her notebook and the decorations. 


It is cool that the cover is underwater and how the animals are positioned. I like the colors of purple and yellow, which go nicely with blue. 
 


Even though I did not enjoy the book that much, I love the cover. The snow is really awesome and the yellow is the perfect accent color for white

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